October 21, 2016

Autumn Re-Enriches

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Rainy days but if you ignore it the quality of light you can find is exemplary often bordering on unique.


October 13, 2016

Matthews Marners and Zaitsevs 1st Games as Leafs

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I will also absolutely seek to not bore you with hockey  009

Admit One: Hockey Poetry World
How quickly one takes for granted the 4 goals!

The Anti-Climactic can find its way in by any ingenius means.
A new season, a new world.
First off, Shoeless Joes (the former ferret&firkin/sticky wicket)
its ever changing decor featuring now a handsome
Bailiff’s letter in the window. It’s gone.
And 84 year old poet David Antin’s demise
suddenly overshadowing the start of the game.
I saw him read and admired him, but we didn’t converse.
He made a great impression on others though,
and I could see from his reading he was a great guy,
and intelligent, and of a novel mindset.
That shaking out and the fact that on the little bike ride over
Auston Matthews had scored the 1-0 goal. Huzzah.
 Ottawa got that one back. Bobby Ryan on the new
flashy top line 2, Dzingel I think, with Brassard and
rejuvenated Ryan. Finally seems like the player he’d seemed like.
Then it’s Auston Matthews with a stunning goal.
Stole on the puck 3 times in the course of stickhandling
through a maze of defenders.
 Ottawa got that one back. Karlsson from Brassard and Ryan.
Then Auston Matthews scored again, nice play from Rielly.
And that lead held up for more than 16 minutes.
Things were looking good all that time.
  Ottawa got that one back. Brassard. 3-3.
3 seconds to go 2nd period, great play, Auston Matthews!
And a nice long intermission ahead 4-3.
3rd period a sturdy defensive effort,
but a signalled automatic icing was waved off
and a split second later the puck’s in the net. Kyle Turris.
Anticipating a dazzling prolonged 3 on 3
Kyle Turris, again set up by Stone.
Would have been nice to win!
Matthews will have to be better next game,
and thats against Boston.
Basically Ryan Brassard’s line and Matthews Hyman Nylander line
dominated most if not all of their shifts
then suddenly Turris and Stone
gun us down.
Weird scene in the alternative bar, The Beer Station,
a long sketchy environment with cool new ownership
and now featuring a Bulgogi burger!
Definitely rocks. But not in a way
I recommend. Returned to a deplorable scene
on the front porch and blocking entry to alongside the building.
But Jesus, contemporary humanity, new forms thereof.
There’s more than just hipsters out there.
Almost an eery vibeto this remarkable beginning
to the careers of these superstars.
Varone has made the team in Ottawa.
The top two lines eating a lot of the ice time
but he’ll gradually hash out a career.
Matthews and Nylander come in with plus 3’s and multipoint games
to put it mildly in Matthews case
but the linemate, mr babcock favorite the hardworking Zach Hyman
just 1 assist, but a plus 4.
And your Mitch Marner fact?
by deep in the second period the leafs had had 20 attempts on the net
and 10 of them had been set up by Marner or were him
I predict he has a 15 point game some day
if he keeps skating like that.
A minus 2 on the night
Zaitsev a good game
and Connor Brown with many forays on the net
but yo the feeling of talking too much, revealing too much
in bars like that and bits of street like that.
The bar’s a block away – Always – all too local
fleeting culture shock
some whole new form of scroller humanity
all mini space ships of knowing everything, sort of,
and, growing poorer and poorer and poorer
and forms of drugs like no other era
not just the nihilist recreationals
people trust pot because it is what it is, a plant
not a postmodern science bad idea that is briefly profitable and
Also the sidewalk life of my neighbourhood
Stone aged stroller actually walking in trances
through the fluttering branches of shoulder to shoulder
Beckettian background cast, at about a quarter to Dickens

October 2, 2016

Recent Spectacular Birds

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The Starling-Robin

When I drew too near the robin flew off with the starlings as per ‘of the group’


September 22, 2016

A Celebration of Ordinary Days

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They can seem few these days,
009a but ordinary days are like the wheels in the machine of life improving. That seems vivid in this era. In the quest of days the extraordinary and the not ordinary wash over us. Ordinary days are rare moments of being.


Watching Forrest Gump instead of the noisy hockey game.



September 4, 2016

A good extreme weather day

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It was sheer bonus as we neared the plateau du 401
at the Chatham level. Chatham isn’t on the 401
but its exits are; we’re sailing along in a sunny day
when we see this line form in the sky ahead 002

As we drew near it became more enormous
and passing under it in awe was a great relief
like driving under the Ambassador Bridge in volatile fog
…then less than a minute later slaughtered with violent rain
Awesome weather


Chatham area on 401 had rarely seemed so pretty


June 20, 2016

Cormorant Apocalypse

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There’s no question the cormorants have more in mind than just taking over Leslie Spit


There’s got to be a million of them. Their densely packed areas
say nothing of the vast numbers in mile wide V’s coming across the lake
as they scope new areas. The Canada Geese do look a bit besieged compared.
ufo cormorantis 015016017

Also was glad to see the Cedar Waxwing Avant Garde the alien bird
Love CWW’s because they relate to me as an equal
I’m still interpreting their power but still haven’t seen a frightened one
Robins are so robust and sparrows and starlings are here for the long run
hawks, 008009019

mile long cormorant V
even the mallards are like wtf with the cormorants


Took two photos to get the whole line
and the lines were coming in every 70 seconds
to the crowded scene


Time to google how did people handle cormorants back where they come from

also saw a mink of bowevil who looked tired and dehyddrated
and a mockingbird


May 16, 2016

life on earth and water

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It was actually awesomely spectacular on the lake and island in this weather.
The birds swarmed the land in the lake.  Like Vancouver, 7 weather occurances visible at all times.




















You could watch rain falling in 7 different places and see
areas of sunshine and blue skies, and plan short journeys.


I miss that multiweather from Vancouver.

You are given the best experiences of your life
knowing there will always be other kinds of days

until there’s none at all, but jeepers, be happy for the good ones.



We even discussed God, while bicycling.

I was so happy.

I compared the question to a thing on the radio, a scientist talking about the minds of octopus and the approximate reality that there’s no way human beings can know what octopi are thinking with those large brains all directly connected to the extremities nervous system
a completely different thinking,

that it would be that and then some to imagine the mind of
the whichever superdeity and there’d be no way of having a clue
just like an octopus. So people should think for themselves
learn everything they can and come to their beliefs
about what is true. Like this miniature cow from India does.



A Perfect Day On The Island


April 11, 2016

Aesthetically Snowy Day

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This afternoon’s snow seemed like a spirit messsage
far more so than “snow”
It seemed like an aestheticized christening of the yard
The silent gentle and pictoral snow
just laid itself in at the time on Sundays
when people are 75% napping and seminapping
even as they do what they do,
relaxing and basking in whatever is
Some might be watching a movie about Klimt
and almost living it at the same time
Not to overly complicate this,
all it was was pretty snow
and enhanced by the creativity of the people at the back of the building when it comes to the back yard 006007005051

April 9, 2016

A Day With Everything

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you’d almost think it meant something
when all of your going concerns suddenly reflected one day.

I won’t do chronological order this day
one has to go with feeling.

First off, seeing one of the gemcat descendents looking so healthy
and even more refined in tiny bear like ways
then a hawk over the bus stop, but a hawk I’m not familiar with
Crows doing their thing, sparrows obviously, the home team,
and canada/american geese that like fried rice a lot
temporally aschew but all part of this day


April 7, 2016

The Birds of this ending Winter (the BW)

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Today started with thick snow and now it is night
and raining. Winter is ending, truly, this time.

Kind of grizzly way for it to kind of squeeze out the most
bone blending damp chill it could come up with really.
But I feel great. Timely combination of heat rub and aloe cream
and the true holy spirit that is love for the beings of the sky.


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